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sneak peek into santa's workshop it would only look a little like this. center it's viral, it's addictive, i love it. >> is it like a fight? >> reporter: inside this san jose convention center hall earlier this month, 1,000 volunteer spent their saturday assembling christmas presents for people they would never meet. >> turning wheels for kids. and just building bikes, having a pretty fun christmas and it is something that you would love to do. centered instead they are all lit up and carrying on a 12- year long tradition to build bikes for needy children in santa clara county. >> they get a bike and a helmet. i remember getting my first bike, they could ride up to the
corner store on their own. >> hi, mom. >> and smiles behind it all. this cisco employee who volunteered alone last year brought some new recruits this year. >> last year z way doing it by myself. you need to get the team ahead of time. >> the man behind this basket is also a father. >> we just love to do this once every year. and we love giving back to the community, those people in need. >> reporter: this santa advises the joy of giving is by no means limited to this. >> if you can't come out to this event, find other events to participate in. in the end 2,500 bikes were
built in one day as if these elfs are holding on to something special. in san jose maureen naylor ktvu fox 2 news. >> a lot of happy kids there for the annual celebration known for everyone. it is in its 30th year as they help provide holiday cheers for those who are lonely or in need. senior citizens or people living in the streets, the volunteers look forward to helping. >> what else would i do open up presents and say now what? this is giving, that's what we should be doing, not giving, but -- getting, but giving. >> reporter: ham and turkey were on the menu and christmas presents for all as well as plenty of entertainment. those attending called it a
real get together with plenty of support and kindness. the list is long for the many people who have the duty of working on christmas. for the men at fire house 13 and fruitvale this christmas has a special meaning for the community they serve so proudly. ktvu rob malcolm has more on how they're spreading some christmas cheer. >> reporter: when it comes to spreading christmas cheer, the guys at fire house 13 on derby avenue in fruitvale come through. >> people will see me now. >> and they will see you. >> reporter: as always they delivered. >> hello. >> hi. >> we've got gift certificates. santa was very busy and called us to drop off some presents is that okay? what is your name? >> reporter: the smiles on faces said it all. it's good. some of the youths might not
get a gift because of economic reasons this country goes through, so it is nice they're out here giving some gifts to the families. >> thank you. >> it's an annual tradition. some of these guys will be working and they don't seem to mind. >> i've been with the department for 18 going on 29. >> enough to say i have worked in a lot of christmases, rarely do we need to work both, but occasionally that happens. >> we call it the oakland new kids meaning i get to work all the holidays, which is fun. >> so we had to ask. >> this is for the wife and kids. they will be opening presents and doing their own thing. they are ready to go visit the in-laws so there are some
benefits. definitely some benefits to working. >> he was joking. >> it's a great experience because i have a small family. and the oakland fire department is the extension of my family. being able to come to work and, you know, have a couple of great meals as well as see happiness in the community is rewarding. >> reporter: and this christmas day the head of this household shared his special message. >> to have a little bit of peace where maybe we could take the time to take a second to give a good cheer and hug. the citizens need that. >> robert handa ktvu fox 2 -- rob nelson ktvu fox 2 news. tonight the world is mourning the loss of an iconic pop star. the news coming out late
tonight. they said he died peacefully in england with no suspicious circumstances. michael launched his career with wham in the 1980s going on to a solo career selling more than 100 million albums earning numerous grammies. we have a look back on his life. >> one of the hits we will always remember him by. one of his solo albums. but it's the one with the group wham that put him on the map. he was an icon of the 80s, an artist that pushed the boundaries for male musicians with the hair, the beard, the style. that's along with unmatched talent making him one of the
top british acts of all times. as well as a dozen awards of all times. >> reporter: a well publicized incident returned him to the headlines in 1998, but eventually the focus was back on music as he toured. five years ago also around christmas a tearful michael spoke after a nearly fatal belt with pneumonia. >> i spent my last ten days since i woke up as a victory. thank you for saving my life. i never want to do that again. >> reporter: george michael gone at age 53. >> the pop star's death sparked sorrow on twitter from the entertainment political and fan world. stars like ellen degeneres had a lot to say about his
brilliant talent. one republic to overcoming the sorrow and music such as george's last christmas solo song. producer, comedian, james corden tweeted michael was always ahead of his time. british parliament member praised michael for his support of lbgt rights. in the meantime carrie fisher spent christmas in an intensive care unit at a ucla medical center. her mother debbie renoylds says her mother is in stable condition and the family would share any updates. renoylds thanked the public for their prayer and good wishes and fisher suffered some sort of medical crisis widely reported as a heart attack on friday during an 11-hour flight from london to los angeles. alcohol may have been a factor in a traffic accident that killed a woman earlier this morning. it happened at 12:30 this morning on capital express way near snell avenue. a white chevy malibu crossed over the center median hitting a lexus head on. the 25 yield woman driving --
25-year-old woman driving the malibu and the boy in the lexus died a short time later. the woman suffered non-life threatening injuries. police haven't released the identities of the victims. a man is behind bars after police in san francisco say he stole a butcher knife from a sports bar attacking two people. officers were called just after 11:00 this morning. when they got there they found a woman suffering non-life threatening injuries, also locating the suspect and recovered that stolen knife. the 25-year-old suspect will be charged with two counts of assault with a deadly weapon, theft of the knife and the probation violation. coming up, meet a man fulfilling his dream. how the u.s. soldiers in afghanistan would earn him the right to call the bay area home. >> you would feel you could die. >> but first it is long a source of controversy on the campaign trail. up next what we are learning about the president elect
donald trump's vows to dissolve the charitable foundation. >> and just a few high clouds for your christmas day on the satellite through the system moving to the south over parts of southern california. outside right now partly cloudy skies. but coming up we'll be talking about cold numbers for your monday morning forecast and eventually some rainfall. we'll talk more about that coming up.
president elect donald trump was vowing to dissolve his charitable foundation, a source of controversy on the campaign trail. experts are applauding the move, but still questions about how the change will be made. fox news correspondent has the details. >> many wonder what would happen to the business empire and his foundation. now announcing he would direct his lawyers to begin dissolving the charity. the president elect saying to avoid even the appearance of any conflict with my role as president, i have decided to continue to pursue my strong interest in philanthropy in other ways. the foundation was established in 1988. mr. trump says they operate essentially at no cost and 100% of donations go to charity. but mr. trump hasn't personally donated to his own charity. instead many wealthy friends
have filled the copper. closing the foundation isn't expected under investigation by the state of new york since september for the way they collect and dispurse funds. but it will not be simple. tweeting last night the foundation cannot legally dissolve until that investigation is complete. while the deputy director for the dnc tweeting these harsh words. it might be tough to shut down the investigation. but stepping a -- but taking a step back is nothing trumpier shutting down the part of the empire that might do some potential good while leaving his for-profit company intact. mr. trump hasn't given a timeline of when the foundation would be di solved, but said he will be pursuing the strong interest in philanthropy in other ways. in washington lauren blanchard fox news. >> well it is just a matter of days until the new year and new laws going into effect for those who drive in california. it will be illegal to hold a
smart phone or similar to -- or a similar device while driving. the phone must be mounted in a place that does not obstruct the driver's view. it is already illegal to talk on the cell phone without the use of a hands-free device. all of this taking effect in january. children under the age of two will be required to ride in a rear-facing car seat. current law requires rear facing seat for children less than one years old. requiring all children under the age of 8 years old to ride in the backseat in a child safety seat or booster seat. starting january 1, convicted drunk drivers need to have breathalyzers, requiring them to be tested for alcohol in order for the car to start. the law extends a pilot program in alameda county. los angeles county for two more years. the law takes effect statewide in 2019. in oakland one woman is celebrating a major milestone
today, turning 100 years old. and if you think that's pretty amazing while her husband just turned 103. ktvu amber lee talked about their secret to longevity and a lasting relationship. >> reporter: emanating from the corner home in oakland's lake merritt neighborhood is music from another era. during the youthful years of youth and henry fo -- years of ruth and henry fong. >> they will be doing plenty, enjoying listening to music from pandora playing candy crush and writes e-mails. 99 years old turning 100 on christmas. >> let me hold your hands, give me your hands. we like to hold hands. >> reporter: ruth's romance and patience are key to a successful marriage. 76 years and counting. husband henry turned 103 last month. >> what kind of things do you
like to do with ruth? >> sit down and talk. that's it. >> sounds simple, but it works. henry is a man of a few words, having what it takes to make ruth happy. >> that is very sweet. sweet and gentle. >> reporter: ruth says they met in their 20s in los angeles and were married in 1940. they raised their family in the same oakland home for 67 years. >> i want to thank the lord. it is nice to have a person giving us six children, three boys, three girls. i couldn't ask for anymore. >> henry worked as a waiter, then a chef. ruth a stay-at-home mom and later an elementary school cafeteria worker. >> we lived a simple life.
ruth attributes her longevity and great health to not drinking or smoking. henry is a former smoker. an interest they share is playing slot machines. in their decades in oakland they've seen a lot of change. >> every day they will get the paper. the same thing that happens, it happens. >> she has never had any trouble except for a burglary at her home a few years ago, still she says life in oakland has been good. >> it feels good. for what we have, the tender loving children and grandchildren. >> reporter: ruth turns 100 on christmas day. she and henry are grateful for the many blessings they have. but most importantly they have each other. in oakland amber lee ktvu fox 2 news.
>> the fong's are in good health today looking forward to spending the holidays with their six children, seven grandchildren, and 14 great grandchildren. happy birthday to ruth. that's a very nice story. as far as our weather for today, of course we would have scattered high clouds for your christmas. you can see the name as this guy this area of low pressure producing some clouds and even some rain showers approaching southern california. for us we have scattered clouds out there as you can see for your sunday night and tomorrow morning where we saw the scattered clouds to start out your monday. temperatures are dropping off rapidly, so it has been a cold weekend. current numbers on the chilly side right now at 37 degrees. san francisco 43. san jose 46. you can see the upper 30s already out towards fairfield. 37 degrees. here is the live camera looking out towards the bay bridge and towards san francisco and the embarcadero here. it's been a cold and dry weekend. we are not talking about too
much rainfall as you wrap up the 2016 with a slight chance a few days away it could be by friday night into saturday morning. as far as overnight lows first thing tomorrow morning take a look at the numbers. santa rosa 28 degrees. once again some areas of frost out there and especially up in parts of the north bay, but even for the inland spots as well towards concord and livermore. san jose with a forecast low of 35 and san francisco 38 degrees. all to start out your monday morning. so here is the plan for tomorrow morning, partly cloudy skies with the areas of frost and temperatures, most areas falling through the range of 30 to 40 degrees. by lunchtime still in the cooler side with the upper 40s to the lower 50s. temperatures are on track to reach the low to mid-50s with a few high clouds paying us a visit into the afternoon hours. but still showing you a good deal of sunshine for your monday, through monday afternoon. let's talk about that and the chance for a few showers before wrapping up 2016. we will talk more about that coming unin just a few minute -- coming up in just a few
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a powerful earthquake struck off the coast of chile just before noon today. the u.s. survey says the 7.6 magnitude quake was centered in the southern part of the country to southwest vermont. no reports of any deaths at this time. only minor damage. a tsunami warning was issued, but canceled 90 minutes later. a much stronger magnitude earthquake in february of 2010 you might remember. generating the tsunami killing 524 people in chile. russian rescue crews are recovering the bodies after a military plane with 92 people on board crashed into the black sea. the plane took off in sochi disappearing from radar two minutes after taking off in good weather. rob schmidt has the latest on
the investigation. >> reporter: a christmas day tragedy in russia after a military plane carrying members of the choir crashed into the black sea near the city of sochi. the aircraft carrying 92 people including 84 passengers and eight crew members disappeared sunday morning minutes after taking off. it departed from sochi headed to syria where russia has a large military presence for a concert ahead of new year's eve. all in all over 3,000 people are taking part in search and rescue operations. >> reporter: vladimir putin declared monday a national day of mourning. a thorough investigation will be carried out. >> reporter: many flowers and candles were brought to honor those lost. along those on the night dr. lisa commonly referred to in russia who had a charity fund and was on the plane to accompany a cargo shipment. also on the flight nine journalists from the tv station in russia remembering their lives, holding the vigil
outside their office sunday night. no major weather patterns were present. investigators have not ruled out any possible causes including terrorism as they say it could take days or weeks to figure out what brought that plane down. in new york fox news. fulfilling a dream. up next meet the man who works hand and hand with american soldiers in afghanistan. see how he is making a new life right here in the bay area.
san jose may be a city of one million people, but there is one new resident with quite a story of how he came to call silicon valley home. as maureen naylor reports a young boy made his dream of living in the united states true by putting his life on the line for utah soldiers. >> it was very bad so you could
see from here right over here, all the way up here. >> the man behind these scars is considered a hero for risking everything to save the lives of american soldiers. >> i was a little guy. you would call me little mikey all the time. >> he went by the alias mikey to protect his true identity sher haidari. he started working for the u.s. army as a translator in afghanistan. for five years starting in 2007 he was the eyes and ears of the u.s. military in the war zone. >> it's the feeling of being scared, the feeling of you know what you feel and you could die any second. the 26-year-old has dozens of recommendation letters from generals to captains. >> and his effectiveness was by their soldiers. >> reporter: in this letter the army captain wrote, "mikey
distinguished himself running through the middle of the gunfight to give ammunition to one of my vehicles that ran out. had he been an american soldier it is the kind of valor we give medals for." hidari speaks four languages, recalling one her -- one of the heroism after hearing him say this. >> and all those things will go through and we will shoot from behind so we don't face them face to face. at least a couple of them or all of them. i told my p.o., listen, we're about to get killed right now right over here. they're tracking us right now. he would tell all the guys to get on the ground and the fire fight starts. >> reporter: the goff gave sher haidari a special immigrant visa to live in the united states. just this month he moved into the bay area into the san jose apartment with his wife and 9-
month-old son. >> you know what, there is a huge change that i could become a citizen of the united states. >> passing his driver's test getting a license. some friends started an online fundraiser to help him buy a used car. raising almost $5,000 in two weeks. >> i miss my family a lot, it is very hard to be far away. >> reporter: while his wife misses home, the young mother says living here will come with a welcome and dramatically different life. >> things have changed in my life, from moving from afghanistan to the united states feeling more secure and safe in my daily life. we live in fear. >> they are looking to the future planning to learn english working on their ged in hopes of becoming a police
officer. in san jose maureen naylor ktvu fox 2 news. a college football team from indiana turned out at st. anthony and st. francis to help serve thousands of chicken dinners. the indiana hoosiers are in town at levi stadium split into an offensive and defensive squad today to make sure everyone in the st. anthony's dining room would score a tasty meal, expecting to feed about 3,000 people. an alameda county sheriff deputy is sharing his appreciation through art. an artist before starting a new career in law enforcement in her 50s. leigh martinez shows us her creations. in the halls of alameda county services, patty simpson's labor of gratitude. >> it will be a little over 3,000 of my own hours and own
money and at the end they would pay me for materials. through the whole thing i paid for it myself. >> reporter: simpson created 30 murals telling alameda county's history. >> each panel i would try to make it indicative of the photographs of the era. the first one is the sepia color. >> since then is an artist, having graduated from uc berkeley's art program. at age 51 she would have a career change becoming the oldest woman to graduate from the academy. >> i failed out the day before graduation. and they believed in me enough to send me back through another academy. >> reporter: thankful for the opportunity to wear the uniform, simpson spent nearly three years creating the mural, not all the history that is a highlight, but it is truthful. >> this is martin luther king and the singer.
i made it there, their faces together in the shape of the human heart. >> reporter: king came to visit her. there were also depictions of protests and officer-involved shootings. >> and this is my friend. >> reporter: sheriff greg is proud of the work it represents. >> this is a depiction of my friend john monaco who was killed on a robbery charge december 11, 1988 at the outback steak house. >> the artist is found in each mural according to the nod. even cattle wrestlers will stand and they have them in there. >> as i have been in and i used to get in the academy to get in trouble all the time for wearing red lipstick, no other makeup, only one red lipstick. >> he has a very difficult face. >> reporter: but her work isn't done for the next big project
is working open the interactive touch screen to explain each piece of history in the mural. in dublin leigh martinez ktvu fox news. >> the holidays are a season for sharing. up next the christmas miracle for a single mom and her two kids allowing them to create -- to trade their rv. meteorologist mark tamayo is in next with the details of your bay area sports cast. we'll be right back. ♪ think of your fellow man.
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homeless for nearly a year getting very resourceful until a helping hand would get her back on track. >> reporter: andre johnson admits she's a little cynical. who could blame her? with an 8-year-old daughter, the single mom was evicted after a sunnyvale apartment building was sold. >> and so with no affordable housing to be had, the certified medical assistant went mobile loading up the kids and spent the next nine months juggling three lights inside the 23-foot rolling home that had to be moved every two to three days to avoid attention. >> it was hell every day, you know, sometimes you didn't know whether or not you were going to get a good night's sleep, if someone was going to knock on the door, or if the neighbors were going to complain, the police were going to show up. >> reporter: a chance for a knock on that rv door opened up a big door.
sunnyvale community service offered her help through their rental assistants program, so that rv got parked for good and the johnsons landed in a warm two-bedroom san jose apartment. >> we could buy furniture. we came in here and crashed. >> reporter: that furniture arrived a month later all thanks to the chronicle season of the sharing program. her kids are now snuggled up in bunk beds. >> since i was living in an rv it's pretty nice and more comfortable. the other bed was really cold up there and it is like way warmer in here. and you have more space to move around. >> that is my family and the most. >> that is my girl. >> reporter: christmas suddenly would have new meaning for the johnsons, restoring their faith and giving them hope. >> are you going to have a merry christmas? >> probably. >> my mom says i will be
spoiled this christmas. he said it. >> you know, sometimes you wonder if it will be taken from you again, you know. but it's okay because whatever comes our way, we could do it again. that's a great story there with so many great stories today on this christmas day. hope you enjoyed your day. mark is going to tell you what tokes% for the week. >> yeah, wrapping up a very nice christmas we had with some high clouds out there and definitely temperatures on the cooler side, but a great day for today. just use a jacket or a sweater out there. forecast headlines for tonight still some scattered high clouds and temperatures on the cooler side. skies will become partly cloudy. then the extended forecast is still locked into a dry weather pattern except for friday night or friday afternoon. there is a very slight chance for the shower here in the bay area. as you can see right now the big picture of the glow out here in the pacific, we have
the storm track. but the main energy is headed up north of the bay area with one circulation offshore down towards southern california. that is just about it. here is the deal with san francisco for tomorrow we are expecting this at least to start out the day close to 40 degrees. in fact in the upper 30s. then for the afternoon hours, temperatures are on track to reach the 50s around 52 to 54 degrees, partly cloudy skies in san francisco. we'll take a live look outside. we can show you this looking out towards their bay bridge and still a few high clouds out there with a bit of a breeze. right around 10 to 15 miles per hour, still a bit of a breeze holding on to the cooler wind. on the satellite there is a circulation that i was talking about approaching southern california with some rainfall being detected on the radar producing the clouds in the bay area for a good portion of the day. right now those clouds are beginning to move out with a bit of an on shore flow there in place. as far as current numbers, it
is definitely cold out there 37 degrees. napa 41. san francisco 43 and san jose currently 46. so once again we're talking about areas of frost. i'm thinking there is a pretty good chance for a freeze warning in the north bay. but we still have the cold numbers sub-freezing inland, 27 to 32 degrees around 32 to 37 with the main system i'm watching as they would have the potential a few days ago to produce the rainfall in the bay area with more of a settling track. so it will be right here with that cold air mass in place right now with that storm track headed to the north a dry week ahead with partly to mostly sunny skies. there is a slight chance for the shower later on in the week and we will take it into thursday with just a few clouds out there and a weak system that will move in with a slight chance for your bay area by
friday night and into saturday morning where it looks like it could be moving toutiest. -- moving to the east. santa rosa at 54. antioch checks in with a forecast high of 50. here is a look ahead to your five-day forecast. get ready. this cold weather pattern remains in place especially with the overnight lows for tuesday morning. there will be a good chance for a freeze warning in place and that slight chance for the shower by friday especially by friday night into saturday morning. but it looks like no strong storms in sight. they could be saying hello to 2017 with dry conditions. we will keep an eye on the outlook a week away and still looking pretty good as we wrap up 2016. >> looking pretty good for new year's eve. >> yes, i would bundle up. >> plan on having a lot of jackets. >> thank you very much. it's the bay area tradition spanning several decades. up next the look at the amazing
one of the special events is the san francisco ballet nutcracker. ktvu claudine wong shows us what the nutcracker ballet is all about. >> reporter: it all began more than 70 years ago at the san francisco war memorial opera house. the director was quoted saying, "i never intend it had to become an annual -- intended it to become an annual tradition." but there you are. >> it is one of the most magical stories to the ballet world. >> the core has endured throughout the years. >> although every company would try to tell that story and add a little twist to it.
>> reporter: yet other things have changed. 1944 is wartime, the costume budget was $1,000, and some of the 143 costumes had to be made from old stage curtains. today the production will boast 300 costumes. >> i keep them staffed up like this to come over here and check them over. >> then the sets, the tree can be as tall as 30 feet and the biggest present is eight feet tall. the giant fireplace is 22 feet tall. about the size of two stacked cable cars. the garland stretches the length of the football field. >> my favorite part is the actual snow scene. that's when the stage gets transformed. >> then the dancing. >> stancing is so joyful. >> reporter: as they journal through the sugar plum ferris more than 100 dancers take the stage. 91 roles for the students.
>> this is a big holiday by the way. it's what christmas is all about. >> that is chau claw reporting -- claudine wong reporting. there are eight performances left for the nutcracker. head online for more information. coming up next, it was the remax of the nba finals as the warriors take on the cavs. we will hear from the dubs after a very controversial pick. this is my park. i'm like the mayor here.
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all right, back with scott reese -- with scott reiss and everybody is talking about the warriors and the cavs. it was such a big game. close the entire time an entire nail biter. >> we've been looking forward to this one for about six months. not exactly the way we would expect it to go down. how is this? best in the east and the west and another chapter in which really becomes an awesome nba
rivalry. the festive atmosphere in cleveland with the warriors and the cavs, the first meeting for santa and other santas in the house. first order of the crazy sequence here. lebron, moving back the other way to lay it up and in and they will not get back on defense for the baseline drive. then the warriors will not get back on deep, reaching out. dubs up three at break for the third quarter. with authority he would have 36 to lead all scores, leading by as many as 14 in the 4th quarter, but they will come back, stop me if you have heard that before. richard jefferson the christmas facial on clay thompson, the final two minutes for the driving dish and just hanging it around and still hanging it around.
no fouls were called, up by two. tied up at 105 the final minutes he would get it with 15. final ten seconds, warriors are up by one on the play of the game. kyrie irving. i mean it's good defense as it is his big day, 10 assists, one mean snarl. the final three points for the second. yes, the man with 36 points. durant, he fell, he fell down. durant goes down, the shot doesn't get off on time, what about that no call? >> that will be the nice guy in there. you know, what do you think? it will be a loss of games as they would go home and everybody is happy and of course they were upset you lost. we would wish for you to win that game and we would have
that game in our hands. >> we like where we are going forward. we would always talk about jelling with the late-game execution, that it is a good test for us. we obviously didn't past. >> we did not execute at all in the 4th quarter. it's a great team to look at. it will be quite valuable for us to look at it. we know we reached the point. >> the battle of los angeles, lakers and clippers with no chris paul or blake griffin. nick young to deangelo russell with the lefty and the three ball. he had 14. lakers are up by 7, the final three minutes, lou williams is looking so good off the bench with the late show to drive it up with 14. lakers will win 111-102 snapping an 11-game losing streak to the cross town rival. talk about under the radar, off to their best start for
this millennium at 10-2 for a chance to improve upon that and usf, san diego state, hawaii looks pretty good right now, i'm not going to lie. but earlier in the game, frankie ferrari with the steal and pays the price getting crushed. later in the first off the usf team, slamming and throws it into the camera. hi mom, merry christmas. second half charles mindelin the driving lay up. he would have 18, it is a four- point game and just too much. the bounce pass and the pitch. 16 points with 11 rebounds winning 62-48. the niners, they will finally win a game and they lose a star in the process, pretty much par for the course
this season with espn reporting carlos hyde tore his acl. hyde is out of next week's season finale with just 12 rushing yards. averaging a healthy 4.6 yards per carry this season. the broncos and the chiefs on sunday night for their holiday football. yeah, they look even better in comparison to that and my goodness with the wind and the rain and the carnage and their first quarter, right? travis kelsey, well that's a fast man for a tight end. travis kelsey, he'll take it 80 yards. how about 11 catches for 160 on the night. 21-7 kc. 4th quarter the direct snap for 246 pounds on terry. how about this? the jump throw? and the jump pass to harris? denver is probably not pleased by that, but the chiefs will win the game. big ben and the steelers
taking on baltimore, the final 14 seconds. roth -- roethlisberger sticks the yard along the goalline clinching the afc north division. >> and don't forget it will be a special holiday edition of sports wrap coming up in about three minutes or so as we would look back at the year in sports. >> all right, thank you so much, scott. we look forward to that special opens -- with the special ops. a look at the annual holiday tradition. this is my first time seeing it christmas in the park. very nice. the event is taking place for more than 30 years now. looking nicely. have a wonderful evening and merry christmas everybody.
tonight on this special christmas edition of sports wrap, we'll take a look at some of the highlights and the year in sports. >> we just got our ticket to the playoffs. >> reporter: it's been 14 years since any raiders coach could say that. >> our relationship between me and the team is sports. >> christmas came on the 4th of july this year for the golden state warriors. it's been a winter of discontent for a once proud franchise brought to its knees by a record losing streak. a season long weakness by the giants with a major contributor to anne vent generations may never see. >> it wasn't